History Headscratchers / Phelous

12th Aug '17 11:40:37 AM nombretomado
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** It's a pun on the Tim Allen movie TheSantaClause also known as Disney's (The) Santa Clause.

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** It's a pun on the Tim Allen movie TheSantaClause ''Film/TheSantaClause'' also known as Disney's (The) Santa Clause.
8th Jul '17 8:59:37 AM nombretomado
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** According to TheOtherWiki, Porteous is a Scottish surname. Googling Phelan reveals it is normally apparently a surname as well, and is Irish in origin, meaning roughly "Wolf." So someone named Phelan Porteous likely comes from a family with a Scots-Irish background.

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** According to TheOtherWiki, Wiki/TheOtherWiki, Porteous is a Scottish surname. Googling Phelan reveals it is normally apparently a surname as well, and is Irish in origin, meaning roughly "Wolf." So someone named Phelan Porteous likely comes from a family with a Scots-Irish background.
24th Apr '17 3:08:54 PM Ansongc2000
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* Why does, whenever he's dressing up as Barry from ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' he wield a toy Desert Eagle when Barry uses a .357 revolver ([[AKA47 Presumably a Colt Python)? Yes, Desert Eagles can fire the same caliber, but the two guns look nothing alike, which is all that should really matter for a video.

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* Why does, whenever he's dressing up as Barry from ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' he wield a toy Desert Eagle when Barry uses a .357 revolver ([[AKA47 Presumably a Colt Python)? Python]])? Yes, Desert Eagles can fire the same caliber, but the two guns look nothing alike, which is all that should really matter for a video.
24th Apr '17 3:08:02 PM Ansongc2000
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* Why does, whenever he's dressing up as Barry from ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' he wield a toy Desert Eagle when Barry uses a .357 revolver ([[AKA47 Presumably a Colt Python)? Yes, Desert Eagles can fire the same caliber, but the two guns look nothing alike, which is all that should really matter for a video.
26th Mar '17 11:27:39 AM nombretomado
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** ObscurusLupa did a review of RobotInTheFamily. that's where it's from.

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** ObscurusLupa WebVideo/ObscurusLupa did a review of RobotInTheFamily. that's where it's from.
20th Mar '16 4:31:57 PM Toli
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** ObscurusLupa did a review of RobotInTheFamily. that's where it's from.
5th Mar '16 12:19:27 AM Elfhunter
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* What the deal with the "Put the baby in the toilet/oven" {{Running Gag}}? What song/review is that from?

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* What What's the deal with the "Put the baby in the toilet/oven" {{Running Gag}}? What song/review is that from?
26th Feb '16 9:36:40 PM Elfhunter
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* What the deal with the "Put the baby in the toiler/oven" {{Running Gag}}? What song/review is that from?

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* What the deal with the "Put the baby in the toiler/oven" toilet/oven" {{Running Gag}}? What song/review is that from?
26th Feb '16 9:18:54 PM Elfhunter
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* What the deal with the "Put the baby in the toiler/oven" {{Running Gag}}? What song/review is that from?
3rd Aug '15 9:53:03 PM Kooshmeister
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** I believe because Sugar Bear is very laid back and has a monotone voice, and the references were comparing how laid back the movie character was.


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** According to TheOtherWiki, Porteous is a Scottish surname. Googling Phelan reveals it is normally apparently a surname as well, and is Irish in origin, meaning roughly "Wolf." So someone named Phelan Porteous likely comes from a family with a Scots-Irish background.
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